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>Odyllic – #135

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A splash of carved red coral that caught my eye in Odile Landragin’s garden yesterday.
And here we all are again…

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Odile Landragin has been here before and she’ll be back again, because her garden in the Herman-Ehlers-Strasse in Mainz-Gonsenheim is unique. (And if she was looking for an apprentice, I’d happily work there.)

I get groans when I say it’s an “odyllic spot”, but it has to be seen to be believed.

And one good thing about the (almost) non-stop rain over the last 4 weeks is that a) it cuts our water bill and b) makes Odille’s garden look even more lush.

This weekend, she’s hosting Dorothee Wenz, a ceramic artist and Elke Wolf, a goldsmith who doesn’t have a website I can link to..

They’ve spread themselves out throughout the greenhouses and garden, with just excellent displays.

Rings in a bed of sand suspended in glass jars, Dorothee’s tall ceramics (that always remind me of Dr Seuss’s animals for some reason) in a sunken garden. ear studs in pots of wheat grass. (More over at Flickr, if you’re interested)

So – all in all – a good afternoon out.

(And there was free cider and apricot flan..)

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18 thoughts on “>Odyllic – #135

  1. >Nice old statue. I almost missed the red.

  2. >A discreet sign of red, one of the most refined and delicate today.AND the free cider and apricot flan convinced me that this must be a great place!!!

  3. >Beautiful – I love it! I have a classic Wisconsin rural scene for Theme Day today.

  4. >awesome idea and capture.

  5. >a nice, quiet spot of red

  6. >I would have gone just for the apricot flan!

  7. >Your photo reminds me of a Lladro collection we have started. The art work is very fine … The garden in the Herman-Oehler-Strasse should beautiful.

  8. >Tres beau, tres poetique, et tres fragile. j’adore. bravo pour cette idee pour le theme du mois Very beautiful, very poetic, and very fragile. I adore. cheer for this idea for the topic of the month

  9. >A tasteful and understated piece of visual artistry. Bravo.

  10. >I do like your choice and the way you worked.

  11. >nice spot of red for today’s theme 🙂 less is more 😉 It’s an artistic shot

  12. >Interesting and subtle. Thanks for the links, too. PS. Apricot flan–sounds great!!

  13. >I tought you put a rose there at first and when I enlarged it looks like it is fake. Nice discovery.

  14. >Very nice, JB.

  15. >Now this subtle! And simply beautiful. Excellent.

  16. >a gorgeous sculpture

  17. >I like the way you continued the red them all the way through the links.

  18. >Nice spot of red. I almost did something similar but ended up doing another Time magazine cover.Abraham LincolnBrookville Daily Photo—Me as Moses

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